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This is the Discussion Page for the CZ:Business Workgroup

Special or Standard Content Boxes

Is there a standard structure for articles on companies? Do you have under development standard content blocks like the Wikipedia "Infobox Company" or are we just using their structure? Is there a place where these structures can be customized for Citizendium? Robert Winmill 11:19, 20 April 2007 (CDT)

There isn't anything standardized yet. You might make a proposal, however. Please do. You would link to a new page from the workgroup from page; see CZ:Classics Workgroup for an example--it links to CZ:Classics Workgroup Guidelines/Section about original sources. The next step would be to see if we can get some of our many business editors to comment on it. This would be very useful, so please have at it. --Larry Sanger 11:48, 20 April 2007 (CDT)

Company Structure

I propose that for articles on companies we use a standard template for use we begin an article on a new company.

I have created this template on: CZ:Business Workgroup/Company Structure

Robert Winmill 16:24, 28 April 2007 (CDT)

Workgroup Structure

I signed up today and started Robert E. Kelley (business). If there's a mailing list, or forum, or something, then a link should be added to this workgroup home page. I'll look around when I have more time. <>< Tim Chambers 13:21, 20 August 2007 (CDT)

Mailing List?

I've been registered a while, but I'm finally finding more dead time that I can use to submit to CZ, but I don't just want to go around contributing all over the place. As a business minor in college, I might be able to provide some insights or writing time, but like I said, I don't want to jump in over anyone else's head. So I was wondering if there was a mailing list or something along those lines? Thanks. Thomas Owens 19:17, 16 June 2008 (CDT)